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. technology is changing the game. this dimg tal revolution is alive in almost every sector of society but not yet government. and governor, you understand this intimately. we still have this top-down hierarchical structure, and it's no longer increasingly relevant to the world everyone else is living in. so that's what the book begins to address. >> how do you harness -- >> exactly. >> -- how do you harness this incredible resource we have which is this new technology? because to some people it's about posting family photos and sending snarky tweets to each other. how do you use that for good? >> it's about a two-way conversation. i'm convinced of this, as a businessperson, i have about 1,000 employees in 15 businesses. we used to have one-way broadcast conversations. here's our product, take it or leave it. those days are over. it's a two-way conversation. it's the age of you. it's about customization, not standardization. and so that is a fundamental precept in terms of government reform. we've got to have that feedback loop. listening to the show this morning, it's distressing. fra
, he appears hell bent developing nuclear weapons and missile technology that could some day reach the united states. nobody is shivering in their boots at the pentagon yet but they're on track to do that. >> it could be a game changer in four words you don't like to say if you want too stay in power, in your face, beijing. if china is telling them not to do this, maybe the dynamic changes this time. >> and they had warned them publicly in advance, there is a u.n. national security meeting and all eyes are on them and what they do there and south korea election coming up and incredible concern on the part of the pentagon and intelligence community and that there are ties between north korea and iran not just on the cluck lar program but missile programs as well. >> it comes at a time we are in the mist of chandst of changingd states national team and going out and saying it's a weak team. it's a scary moment. >> thanks for being with us. straight ahead, senator joe manchin on set and valerie jarrett, senior advisor to the president will be here and gene sp sperling and eugene robin
's going to happen with technology. and i don't know what's king. i know content's critical. but at the same time we're building the world class distribution network with our fiberoptics at xfinity and comcast. we have the best in home wi-fi. we're building that in your neighborhood. however you choose to consume it, we want to be a company you consume our content and you consume it through our network. it's not always going to be that way. but if we have the best netwoan best content we're uniquely positioned at a very special company. that's why we completed this 100% purchase. it's why our company is, i think, a little different than every other. it's not a media company. not a technology company. it's the best of both. >> people have talked for a while about the demise of cable. your answer to mike's question speaks to that a bit. building on mike's point how did you do it last year and how do you see the cable business growing going forward in spite of the early talk and the premature talk about cable not being able to succeed in this new environment. >> one, you're rig
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of this is globalization, technological advancements. nevertheless, the trends are like this. >> they really are. and by the way, it's important. a lot of people say george w. bush's tax cuts, that's happening in the entire western world. it goes back to the i.t. revolution. corporations becoming more productive. people being able to be individual players out there, make a remarkable fortune. it's not like, you know, it was 50 years ago where you set up a factory in dayton, ohio, and entire naked neighborhood and s their kids to cool. >>> still ahead, we'll be talking to hewlett-packard ceo carly fee reno, former ceo. and up next, an uncertain future for the catholic church. that's the topic of this week's "time" magazine. we have got rick stengel here to join us next. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ male announcer ] ok, here's the way the system works. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e
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